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The following are available on ZDNet UK, a copy of the radio programme was put up at the BBC Archive. Birds Watch UK (BWW) was an observational television programme. In the United Kingdom it was produced by STV Glasgow, ran on STV Cymru Wales, and was presented by the Scottish ornithologist Iain Clark. The programme was broadcast at 20:00 every weekday evening on STV in Scotland and Wales. The programme is now known as BWW. The program consisted of informative short nature programmes which included filming bird feeding and nesting habits, features of the natural history of the species that are present in Britain, and discussions with field ornithologists and naturalists about how people can help to help birds. The Blue Planet: Series 2 in the United Kingdom was a hugely popular BBC nature documentary television series that was originally broadcast between December 2004 and January 2005. The program was nominated for a 2005 BAFTA award for Best Science & Natural History Series. The Blue Planet was also nominated for a 2006 International Emmy Award in the educational category. The series was a popular success, receiving very strong audience figures and winning several awards. The programme was mainly filmed in the Mediterranean Sea and is seen as being a natural successor to the popular Blue Planet series, which was filmed in a similar area. This series focuses on the coral reefs of the world, and the ecosystems of the oceans. It is thought to be the most expensive documentary series ever produced. The series was narrated by David Attenborough, who described it as "The richest, most sophisticated and most magical of all nature's habitats". TV series The following is a list of UK broadcast television series. In the United Kingdom they are known as terrestrial television programs and consist of mainly factual shows. Animal Farm: This children's programme was broadcast in 1962 as part of BBC2's Play School strand, which was an educational television series for children. The premise was a parody of the Russian revolution set in a fictional English farm in Kent. It was an attempt to get a more contemporary audience used to the idea of revolution. It starred a young John Inman, who would later go on to star as Terry Pratchett's television and film character Rhys Ifans in The Colour of Magic, Going Straight and the spin-off film V for Vendetta. The Osmond Family Tree: A programme about the Osmond family, which is well known for being a British musical act in the 1970s.




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